The tribal administrator is responsible for the daily operations of the Tribal office
including supervision, personnel functions, submission of contracts/grants to funding agencies,
grant administration, interacting with the state, local. Tribal Council, committees and tribal
The Housing Department is responsible for the implementing the tribal housing programs
as defined by the Tribes needs. The Housing Coordinator manages all the goals and objectives
of the funding grants received for the agencies Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and
Native American Housing Assistance and Self-Determination Act (NAHASDA).
The primary objective of the Tribe is to restore a land base within its territory. A
significant health concern of tribal members is any potential threat posed by pollution in the
Tribe's ancestral territory. The EPA department is responsible for providing information
gathered to inform the Tribe of current issues and for the implementing the tribal EPA programs.
The Membership Department is responsible for preparation, collection, maintenance and
security of all membership documentation of the Tribe. Many programs and services offered by the Tribe as well as, local, state, and federal programs depend on the certification processes that the Membership Department implements.
The ANA Language Administrator has the responsibility for the coordination and
oversight of helping the Tribe work toward its long-term goal of preserving cultural heritage
through the preservation of the Tribe's language. The Tribe seeks funding assistance through
various granting agencies to help in this endeavor.
Under the direction of the Tribal Health Board the Health Management Department has
the responsibility for the coordination and oversight of the funding grants received. The
functions include the daily activities of the grant, implementation of procedures and policies,
reporting to the agency, coordination and distribution of current health information to tribal
members and compile data on health services available for the membership.
The Financial Department has the responsibility to provide management with financial
data to assist in planning, controlling and evaluating operation for efficient, economical and
effective practices, and to provide protection, maintenance and accountability for the assets of or in the custody of the Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria.
The Social Worker shall have the responsibility for working with Native American tribal members and their families in the areas of child welfare, general assistance and social services. The incumbent will be responsible for working with the legal system, county social workers and service providers to ensure compliance with the Indian Child Welfare Act. The social worker will implement a tribal system and standards for licensing, regulating foster and adoptive homes for tribal members. They will establish and maintain effective working relations with tribal, state and federal agencies providing information to tribal members about resources within the agency and the community.